MUSLIM DONORS ARE NERVOUS

To great fanfare, the government recently indicted seven leaders of the largest Muslim charity in the United States, the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, for allegedly supporting terrorism. But, while news of the arrests made headlines, there's been little-to-no coverage of what this all means for the charity's donors. For instance, can the government disallow any of their past deductions?

To great fanfare, the government recently indicted seven leaders of the largest Muslim charity in the United States, the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, for allegedly supporting terrorism. But, while news of the arrests made headlines, there's been little-to-no coverage of what this all means for the charity's donors. For instance, can the government disallow any of their past deductions? Prosecute them for aiding alleged terrorists?

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